While we have been working around platform bugs for the past eyar, this one is important enough that the Myspace Development Team might want to make a fix due to the impact to advertising sales.
Basically, when a logged out user clicks on app link with "autoInitiateInstall=true" (which is the only way we were told to prompt user to install the app), they will be given dialog with "Login to Myspace" and "Signup Free" blue buttons. If they click the former, it goes a redirector to the full login page at https://www.myspace.com/auth/form. After user login from there, they are taken back to the home page instead of being redirected to the app. If they choose to sign-up flow, it also goes back to the home page. This makes the user forget where they are going to thus makes conversion nearly impossible.
1. Logged out user clicks on a paid app link: eg: http://www.myspace.com/games/play/183301?autoInitiateInstall=true&appParams=%7B%22refpid%22%3A%22myad1%22%7D
2. User chooses either "Login to Myspace" or "Signup free" when prompted that they must be logged in to use the app.
3. Complete either flow, and user goes to the home page instead, without the app installed. This means the user will most likely never be able to get back to the app.
If anyone knows a work around for this, it would really be appreciated.